What Are Neopronouns? Examples, Origins & FAQs

The term “neopronoun” might sound foreign or like something that was just introduced, but neopronouns have actually been around since the mid-1800s, according to Bonikowski. For example, the neopronoun “thon” was a big one back in the day: “Thon”—short for “that one”—was introduced in 1858 and served as a singular, gender-neutral pronoun. It was even […]

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Therapy for the desi mind | Chennai News

Komala Selvaraj (name changed), had been hearing voices in her head for more than a year. Her doctor, Dr Veera Balaji Kumar, calls them auditory hallucinations triggered by extreme anxiety of the future, often created by the mind referencing trauma from the past. Komala’s auditory hallucinations became louder day by day, triggering her worst fears […]

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Monkeypox outbreak: WHO working on sexual contact theory, top adviser says | Monkeypox

A senior adviser for the World Health Organization has said the monkeypox outbreak seems to be spreading through sexual contact, and warned that case numbers could spike over the summer months as people attend major summer gatherings and festivals. David Heymann, chair of the WHO’s Strategic and Technical Advisory Group on Infectious Hazards with Pandemic […]

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